From Money Heist to Lucifer and KUWTK; TV Shows and Web Series we said goodbye to this Year
Several major TV shows came to an end in 2021. Scroll to know how many web series and Tv shows we bid goodbye to this year.
Many new TV series premiered in 2021, but the year also saw the end of numerous famous titles. While some of the leaving series are available on major streaming sites, there are also a few long-running cable network titles on the list. Unfortunately for Netflix, the top-tier platform bid farewell to a number of popular programmes throughout the year. The impact of the coronavirus pandemic kicked off the decade on an unparalleled note. Production on the majority of film and television productions was delayed for a chunk of 2020 due to COVID. Many new releases were put on hold as a result of the delays, although numerous shows nevertheless ended in the first year of the new decade.
Due to continuous production delays, certain shows that were scheduled to conclude in 2020 were forced to extend their run until 2021. As a result, the list of TV titles expiring in 2021 may seem a little longer than in prior years. That being said, here's a list of 10 TV shows and web series that we bid goodbye to this year, whether due to cancellation or a creative choice.
Atypical, Netflix's comedy-drama, officially came to an end in July 2021. Since its premiere in 2017, the series, which follows a young guy on the autistic spectrum, has gotten mostly excellent reviews. The last episode featured Sam Gardner (Keir Gilchrist) as he continues to deal with college and choices that will affect his future.
Loyal Lucifer fans were overjoyed when Netflix revived the fantasy drama after Fox shelved it after the third season. The Tom Ellis-led series, which focuses on Lucifer Morningstar's escape from Hell for a life in Los Angeles, has developed a cult following. Season 5 was approved based on the increasing ratings when it was moved to Netflix. However, the service renewed the show in early 2021 for a sixth and final season. The news of the coming of the last season generated a lot of excitement among fans, and as soon as the new season started streaming, netizens wasted no time in viewing the episodes and termed the series as a satisfying end.
While Arrowverse welcomed a new series, Superman & Lois, in February 2021, the studio bid goodbye to Supergirl this year. Supergirl began its sixth and final season as part of The CW's midseason schedule in the months after the premiere of the spinoff. With Melissa Benoist's tenure as Kara Danvers coming to an end, the Arrowverse lost a second important character after the ending of Arrow.
Money Heist, one of Netflix's most-watched non-English programmes, concluded in two installments. The Spanish criminal thriller, which was originally planned to be a two-part limited series, was extended when Netflix acquired worldwide distribution rights. Money Heist Season 5 Volume 2, the season finale, took some unexpected twists but delighted viewers. With the conclusion, audiences were once again glued to their screens as the ultimate robbery unfolded.
Keeping Up With The Kardashians
The Kardashian-Jenner family decided to end its long-running E! reality show. The show's twentieth season, which was the last season, premiered in June. However, there is news that the world's "guilty pleasure" show will be continued in a new show which will premiere on Hulu and could drop in early 2022. It was also disclosed that the family would retain editing rights to the new programme, and that the broadcast will intentionally concentrate on the family's commercial ventures rather than just on family drama.
Brooklyn Nine Nine
Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which aired on Fox for five seasons, was cancelled in 2018. It was then picked up by NBC and aired for three more seasons. However, the series ended this year and fans of the beloved police sitcom reacted with dismay as the series aired its last ever episode on September 16. However, the last season is yet to air on Netflix for Indian viewers.
Lost In Space
When Lost in Space concluded, Netflix's original programming slate was struck once again. The title, which is a reworking of the 1965 series, premiered in 2018. Due to its success, Netflix revived the series about a family of space colonists shortly after its first premiere. Lost in Space, which has an ensemble cast and a visually spectacular setting, was renewed for a third season, and ended in December 2021.
The Bold Type
Scarlet's One True Queen provides us a last life lesson as a parting gift: she's bold and picturing a new chapter for herself, a post-Scarlet existence. However, Jacqueline who had been struggling to achieve the desired work-life balance for some time now, and now that her marriage is back on track, retired. The last season, which was recorded under the weight of a worldwide pandemic, was an emotional one and surely gave fans a satisfying end.
Narcos: Mexico's third and final season came to a bloody finish. In a matter of minutes, Ramón, La Voz editor Salgado (Alejandro Furth), and Victor were all shot. Despite the fact that Netflix announced the third season as the last season of the crime drama, many fans think that Season 3 finished with a few untied threads. Some major characters were still alive at the conclusion of the third season, and it is unknown what happened to them. However, this is precisely how the first Narcos series ended.
Kim's Convenience, CBC's successful family comedy, was renewed for at least two more seasons, the fifth and sixth. However, less than a year later, on March 8, 2021, the Canadian network startled viewers by announcing that the show's fifth season would be its last. Meanwhile, Kim's Convenience fans said at the time that the show deserved better.